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robta. ealllea to your mats
, o r?tf.ln. she ha* bl-l ma g.O
?Whv *??** ao,ou'1 ??'*????? ??*> ?**t*'T
lb* d*v? ot song were Ling ago.
The thrush wslts tiil the *V?rtng bas corns
To .in* the song he sang et yore-.
<*hlll autumn .trikes hts rapture dumb
<5 robin, we shall meet no morel.
O robin, calling from th*?-***
vO roldn. she wa* all to ma.).
Ora* mists like movalee* pall et smok*
Hide all the woodland rand the lea.
I bear the dead leave* aaltering.
I Bear the whl?perof th-* rain
Hut most I hear the songs yon sing
ni robin, t must lore IB vain. >.
t! r. hi... -.tlllnc ete-sr n**'t low.
. o roi ie,, mine wssall t'.?* I
- ? \m if with flower* atdow
And Held, ablaze the nu tu mu caBB**
-tng as if th** dylaa ye.tr
llsvd vet a year <>f joy t>. live.
A* if the world ware uatver drear
i O mbln. the will not fore
11 aa*BB*. ealliog. '-ailing still
lO i*? l?ln, she Lr*, smil-*-**! on rn
Trill. IHU an 1 <*all. and .-ult and irl.l.
Fill full the air with aB*****t*
Tba roan* never bloomed *o fair.
June never wore BB dear a gtrttee
' robin, "ailing everywhere.
Baa Basel* me at the tryetlag-pi*.*****.
**^*c*ete*e*9* 'T-- * *??
$ THE GOVKKNOK'S STOKV. *
: : iw***a>a****s?v*****^^
2T^*%fZ^BrjtRj9\7r' <~ ? ? ? ? ?
\\f lived la
.. nn.l aaa s
ivt.'i'ii years old, le*
nv aoiatiag bat sa boaeet repatatioa,
and. alli. loni anil healthy,
my vat-:. Is*sr, sad I aad bo
la?e Bad early
Bal l -
]>y au 1 run'.. '
i- ns mas . :i*? we aa
usually :*re. if it had
nt I nan. I don't I
shy it was th it loa made
snell an Impress! >n na Bit ? kad
.?'.mi tn .t sad aobls
t|iiaiities hy :.>>n a* t
iluii* t\:e attrat'ted toward theoaapoaite
t>n tbs <? atrary, bbs waa ptaad,
?r*-o?r.-nt an I ovsrbeariog, and I
.t if she Ibonght ol na at all.
it aan with and
tlisihiin ah 'ii.*
int of ni]
.-anec, il is true, for tb-mgh I
.? hard with i i \ nil
fa??- a*fr*poaai~s lo th*
Mill I badi 'il*tli and grca
agility, und my hair nnd eyes *a.
.lark as Bkidnight, arid many said Ilia
I was han ls ita*. Bat I was poor aa*
she was wea lbj I tie
land nnd she wa*
.,. tl it Baas t
old st..ry. I*aft;*- eton 1
wilder ins; *>?... wk m*,
? ff i
v \\ htiis, i
l erv hard to smother
nagc from in;
I kn- think of plu>
ing down tb* moon or the -tars as
h't.t* .larcI to ii*pire to her hand
I it was nil of bo arai ?
ed the niora 1 lice i
tailer.I the morning. :.
s ii*, ba! <? the
and bal one voil** that I beau
thal WIS t. ind Voice
1 tinton. WI.nt v .
aili, tn nie, in ty shs sill
my M'l'it-t How, I aaa hardly ti
inler will ont, and i
. niuMt assuredly he .said u">.
1 had Barer spoksu aboat it
au) ? :i to my motin- ;
a-s lo Helsa, I had Beare.
spoken to bat ob any aabjaet I
Irue tl.a nes ajhs would j.
me instructiona in regard t>> the Ho
ob l ieneral Linton hud
lectad m.- lo Bsaaaaa, ks
r-ai.l, more opinion ofm** taste ia ?
mat.ers th.. f the rest of
a-jfltsa, hut sh* aarer ooi
*? 1 further I worshiped her ll!
*-tar from al Bad kuev\ the
tuut-e hetween u.-> t>. BS BS wida an.
tJBS >uiy >he fume into the ga
BbaB I was at work there, aad
****ad hy .some unkiiow..
J-tie. I BAthSjrad und presented !<?
a chou-e bouquet of ll ow I
a basher it wa** from my guilty 1
thnt she then d .
.ermined to check BBS LB the l?
fini).', or whether slit, had ult
shad ta ths depths of say i .
.tight l fl | . :.i).tlli-US. I '
ind. bur ci i tun, it is a,b,. I,,..,,., ?
10 tue after that She hu 1 I
>it of |'!\ ;i nod of rei
;. wh.-m-ver -die met lue before
?mt after lins she paaaad n.
ta a glance, disdain withi
fm, and contempt iq .
oruful lip. You may know th
ife v;( 'eked us it eoui
I used to sit down hy the
ll little cabin, alter my hard
?.ork aaa done, and curse my w
aa fata, aad call Hod uuiuat ba <
?tiusidereil the distinctions He
m the hum-in race, hut 1 little
*ben what thc sequel would he.
Crowds of company, gay Indi.
I iemeu, came every sunnite:
? ?tty tn spend the sea**.rn at !
Hall, and it so ha) hat on
jut came among the rent a your
'lemau mimed Arthur St. .john
wan reported lo he wealthy. Batt*
* I '..linly was, aud it w
tory Iouk before he Basal
lug attention to General I
. on the road, as it was
called, on their
ling fondly ah-.ve har, wi
ni ag to them with a Bash on hei
cheek an 1 a m.nie upon bal lip.
' ItlBg then. di.u
' from the W d in th
? brea apt whil
I zephyr. tk th
.-sive han from her queenly bro.
sh* an ioha al r,
.Itt**t then she .-aright B*a*hl <
me, as I hn.ke.1 at her allin*
tran *e.t. and spoke something in a lo
tons to her eoinpani-.n What it
I neve! I.iiew. but they both looked i
m* an instant, the air ran
th their lang' 1 I heard hi
about prssumption ar
Itapadsace, an lt wa
It was hird to be thus I limp
for ao other reason tha
a hi art and e aid aol r-oosrol il
and ali :i th
I I when '' mott]
.and I w
. tr . '
I the aarih An I *-t-- 1 .?*-,
i u.e that 1 lin I
I determine 1 I
v I .
even if I (il
' .und myself at the i
if a groa
for the Lest of all reasons, beci
\ . v -ion <
,d beantifnl groan tin si .1 I
? I applied to the ..wt,er lor lab
a did ii"'
lor a w bile, 1
?ll. ' ever, he .-oiiclu.i.
month, and if hs liked sse he w
Iga me pei mniient! v
t?, found oat IS time that ka
k-,,l a lawyer of astana imm<
'. nat the rule 1 bad ath
-I.,. , through life to he 1. lindi
un lei- all eiroumatanoea, a'
the end of the Ut- .titit my empl
lie said, t.. | .
I me hy u-kin^
; 1 could rend and write. I told I
1 could, thanks t.. iadefatigakls ta
. I poise.
il as : tiencral Linton's farm, darill
lg winter ereningi* wkea Ihe
the .lay - .1 aa
the rudiments of a tirst rate K
education. Mi SSS]
her ats thnt da' ' mouth 1
,,-.,,; Sd SSS e ld that
ooks ileved lite to he BB ba
1 d?- aili tell you ?esaslhiag i
nat I have .ii*.-.., *i ed. *i
ead* ayoaBgactaa of sanTaosdia
taardeaiag i* not j
l.i.ow avocation. I au <l lin
:' thc las aad i
m the "si.- lo ataj in my oales. I k
BS who "ut heil
. this. I jen. a H ? ui i
with 'lustry. within one yest from n
u h. imittol to th
,u ht-: <* to bee .h. ? ...\
at my ! ? dada t know exactly how il \
5 suddenly Jud '. th
..ed lo ba otue laval tad, a
.t whirling around, ai
we all seemed living otT thro
air, like Aladdin'* castle, a
thing 1 knew I was sohlu
my bead upon the tabb?
il., didn't say anything unt
regained my composure, am
r from lola* him all. What a hard t:i:
Linton had through life, and how t
e sum | been the only light that h
shown on my dark pathway
sprung into the old man's e*
told him, hut he Raid 1 must i
spair, and he waa certain
sosae out \ ict.u ioas.
I weut luto Judge rarkei
ntl I studied hard, an i at tbe end ot
be year, as h% predicted, I obtained
ny license %,, practice lain-. He than
asked rae what I intend-., d.-.-m '
told him that I intend- ..,-.) t .
some rising place and arrow tip with it.
"and if 1 ever bbs any th n..'" said i.
"remember that you are the man tbat
He saul that T should io
thing. Ha was getting ..ld. be said.
and was unable to attend pi upsall tc
a great deal of his brtsii!,.*;., *and h*
wanted me to ?tay and assist I
"Vnti must be my partn-r." said he,
"with a share of tke profit*. *?
Again tbe room seen ed
around and around, hut ?-.nie 1
mat- . ain my ' . and
\ only said
'day bea ' I
\\ - ll. it un
o tak* u
lad I a'w i.
tha' Hall. I ha.I
.t d tliat t leneral I died,
v- i; had mar
I, and tbat t I beer
-> as all.
h>r. Many a tt
e of sajptaaas that had m
towera, sud ruby Ups had ??
BBB near, but I
'" eruel. I I I
' them ail alike ?
1 aw av
. had been ?
, wind was howli atul I wi
'lim, and w. i j
istial ,1. -is p
htely a I . aid, and
seat, when th
sunken eye and holloa
at tba' i
t . business. I.
wealthy man. and taff a lat
? if at
*' Lng a! . j
He ? '
of a end 1 then .
mild Linton Hall
1 | lied, w .'
rn 1 lid L
? ed tow itt d the do
r me ??'"
me if ******** "1 *?**
Iiim I !"' nie rey to
"M I SS
ir hasband, bal .
s tlition oa
"lt i** ' 'ha. y.
Bglish ll ildrea the folly a
i told ' * -' coaaaqnaace* of pule; tin
. . w ill guard them B**ai
[,,. i>4.. and nefarious influence* tbrtnn
? I and that \ md will li
lia and 1- "areal lila
utel aad in *
proper sl*** *;kv- ,,,!
,,f . thal I taught her
1 than u'.ay ba a h
ow von She and her i in.iv
>u ssaat disttaal oity, where l ?
nae a useful anl res]
ms. hut eiti/en. "... 1 oft.
8 tahlo tlerstand, with profound |
lIU| . 1 ant alt a*at, and
id then I'*1* ?n-' *?> i,mau to whowe mt
ugh f ?1*""P *? !'
n,- And that is t.. the memor
::''!- _ _
1 then 1
ne I had
I,.,- i .iii.- rig* jtoi.i Pm ?*
That the prlat * si live &
rapully lucreasm^' in Iowa i
his hal l>y the records of some Lola'.
ad ? | aales recently. 1 M
. Tears ? sold one pig to S. K. Shell*
res as L of Camden, Ohio, for $
lever tie- of live pigs horn ir. I
1 would brought $11.")0 In all
rs sold, ucttu.j |aakaaV-a-1
1*1 office, i Sun.
THE REALM OF FASHION.
Medium weight rough surface cloth
in tbe popular Yale-hlae. says May
Manton, is hera shown tnade into a
Kristan blouse wrap trimmed with es
trakban and black braid With it
a orri a hal -
banded with velvet and allowing
bund s At the left -ide. T
n*i*ta of front*, ba "kt, undi
arru gores and separate basque p.
in width, whi-h i* ample for ahirring.
Accordion plaiting, which ia moak ia
vogue, requires only to ha made full***.
In pl ac* of making taa skirt of tba
width given, il should ba increased lo
eight or eight and one half yartla and
simply hemmed al the edge before be?
ing sent tut the plaiter'*. Thin Bilka
auch as China and India, and eolorel
nets are both effective treated in thia
way anl are aingularly childlike and
simple If the material ia silk it bl
accessary to make a second skirt of
the same slightly narrower than the
psaltern for wear beneath. If it he
I aire* aa under peilicoat of
the same sort, either C*hiaa or taffeta
silk td tbe aame shade. The silk
skirts are more often leia plain titan
trimmed, but net is rendered d.
by baud. 'md sewed on
'aiting is done.
Wal.l af Hei,--* t .?)?rs..t BaBBBV
? of ths favor in which al
b *? I. - ar,- bel ! the ro'iu i -v?i-t hOBBa*
its place, and by many women is pre
any other at*j hs taodmX
haig* oolorad fa
Fram-a-.s w uh narrow pl saar on. collar
?raisf br. | .man atrip** and
g of passamentarie which re*
- Baaaki lav The foundation
is i* n wing th* nanal
1 seams, hut a stugle m plana
be j at tb- nter portion
der and under arm
ima onlv. 1 baaek li *tret.*hc*l
Banished a uh epaulet
.nd arith satrakb lag and I
k ia a ?'
. tr, and at the vt
ly aaa '
I'ari, B a I title ti.i I
In spite of thc I
silks, Bach as China and India, art
for small gir.s wear,
writes May Manton.
ber of party gowns are made I
material. Th* i..
shown in the 'ar. iviag is ;
tided t.> orv.i .
white organdy with applied trimming*
of v, bite ribbon. The sk.
ht and baa -rac cf ul I
under : of the same
rial that is ma.i. that letts
full. The waist, win. li is made over a
! lining, - a'ely low at the
aud has short, puffed sleeve*
which i'. s of kid.
Tin- fouiidu'.i..:i is titted by meena ol
. tl seams aad I th*
usual pieces, thc fulness of the ont
l.eiug arranged in tine plaits W
h..tli neck aud waist. At the neck is i
-ting of double frills of thi
material which are held tn plac
by hows of white i-ibhou. And at tb
Waist is a sash bowed at tbe left side
With the gown are worn white sill
stocking* aud slippers of white kid
The pattern, which provides k
high a*t well as low neck, shows pei
foration* which indicate the line of th
yoke aud includes long sleeves whio
are used in . .on with tb
puff*. ! which make the only s!
when low neck ia used.
V akirt, ss given, is three wari
dam upon the lia tl thc fr
ire full and pouch slightly over tba
The plastron it newed firmly at
the riw-ht *?de anti ie hooked over onto
* al*o caught
rlace, bat a
. *nsalh the left side whi
fastened I Ibe edi?
the plastron. The sleeves ar* atiug
the shoulder where they are
. bj slight puffs winch support
* Tho cruah*d
STYI.ISB LADIKS' WAIST.
belt of silk is finished with a bow ak
thc left sida and above the draped
stock is arranged a divided frill ot